Ireland pacer Tim Murtagh bowled a magical spell of fast bowling to pick up a five-for to put his team in dreamland against ‘big brother’ – England in the historic one-off Test match at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground. England’s ’embarrassing’ batting performance surprised many cricket experts and fans including the former captain Michael Vaughan. Vaughan slammed the ODI World Cup winners – England after they were dismissed for 85 before lunch on the day one against Ireland. England won the toss yet were unable to cope with the early movement as Tim Murtagh took 5/13 at Lord’s, where the seamer has long been a mainstay for county side Middlesex.Also Read - Michael Vaughan Questions Brendon McCullum Appointment As England's Test Coach Over Gary Kirsten

Ireland, in just their third Test, were dismissed for 207, with England ending Wednesday’s opening day on 0-0, a deficit of 122 runs. “When the ball does anything you shut your eyes and hope England get through it,” Vaughan told Test Match Special. Also Read - Jonny Bairstow Admits Playing IPL Compared to England is 'Completely Different Commodity'

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“Let’s be honest, it’s an embarrassment — you’re at ‘the home of cricket’, in a Test against Ireland and you’re all out for 85, there is no other word to describe it,” the former Yorkshire batsman added.

England have now lost all 10 wickets in a single session four times since 2016, having previously not done so since 1938. “All out for 85 against Ireland is probably the lowest of the low out of those,” said Vaughan after England came back down to earth with a bump following their World Cup triumph at Lord’s 10 days earlier.

The Ireland match is England’s last Test before they attempt to regain the Ashes from Australia, starting on August 1 at Edgbaston.

“England have so much talent, they have got the game to be successful, but you worry about the mentality of the team when it becomes tricky and the ball moves around,” said Vaughan.

“Unless they change their mentality when playing the moving ball, there are going to be many more days like this over the coming weeks.